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  • Garrison Finish | Definition of Garrison Finish by Merriam ... finish

    Edward "Snapper" Garrison was a 19th-century American jockey known for his spectacular come-from-behind wins. During his 16-year riding career, he won nearly 700 ...

  • Garrison's Finish (1923) - IMDb

    Directed by Arthur Rosson. With Madge Bellamy, Clarence Burton, Charles Ogle, Jack Pickford. Billy Garrison, a jockey, is framed and suspended for throwing a face.

  • "Bat Masterson" Garrison Finish (TV Episode 1959) - IMDb

    Directed by Eddie Davis. With Gene Barry, Frankie Darro, Emile Meyer, Britt Lomond. When General Moran bets a spur of his railroad against a Texas horse ranch that a ...

  • Garrison finish - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

    The end of a competition in which one participant comes from behind at the last minute to win. The phrase refers to US jockey Edward "Snapper" Garrison, who was known ...

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    Garrison Finish is an Interim Executive and contract services firm in the Greater Seattle Area specializing in strategy, operations, finance and technology.

  • Garrison finish | Define Garrison finish at

    Garrison finish definition, the finish of a race, especially a horse race, in which the winner comes from behind to win at the last moment. See more.

  • Garrison finish definition and meaning | Collins English ...

    Garrison finish definition: a close finish , as in a horse race, in which the winner comes from behind at the last... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

  • The Garrison Finish - Protecting Your Vision

    The Garrison is a new kind of post production company, providing the perfect finish for projects across all media platforms. From color grading and online finishing ...

  • Garrison - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

    Definition of garrison in the Idioms Dictionary. garrison phrase. ... That race sure had a Garrison finish—one of the runners came all the way from fifth place to win!

  • Garrison finish - definition of Garrison finish by The ...

    A finish in a contest or race in which the winner comes from behind at the last moment. [After Edward Henry ("Snapper") Garrison (1868-1930), American jockey.] the ...

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